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A single-breasted peak lapel jacket using a navy blue wool and cashmere fabric from Scabal and an amber elephant print lining from Bernstein & Banleys; plain-fronted trousers using a brown cotton cord fabric from Holland & Sherry; with a five-button show-six waistcoat using a brown/ blue wool and cashmere fabric from Scabal and an iridescent amber-orange lining from Bernstein & Banleys; worn with a brown shell print shirt using a House fabric.
The elephant design has proved popular in blue and the opportunity to use it again for this Look was welcome. Whilst being one of many that could be used with the jacket fabric, it has been selected over others as it is the best at pulling in the rust colour of the check and the amber colour in the micropattern of the waistcoat.
Single-breasted, one-button peak lapel jacket with centre vent, flaps hip pockets, horn buttons; fully lined with an elephant pattern lining. Rouleau loop on inside pocket, piano facing and 1mm pricked edge stitching.
The jacket is made using a wool and cashmere fabric from Scabal’s Finest Jacketings bunch. Recommended Pattern for this fabric are Black Label Sartorial and White Label Sartorial.
Plain fronted trousers with zip fly, one back pocket, American 1/4 cross pockets with belt loops. The trousers are made using a cotton cord fabric from Holland & Sherry’s Corduroys bunch.
Five-button show-six waistcoat with slanted jetted hip pockets with an iridescent amber lining and horn buttons. The waistcoat’s back strap is tapered and comes with a buckle. The waistcoat is made using a wool and cashmere fabric from Scabal’s Finest Jacketing bunch.
Single cuff shirt with small semi-cutaway collar, 3mm edge stitching and vintage button. The shirt uses a House 2/70 Poplin fabric.
All garments priced here are available in Black Label if required. -
Every garment made by John Goodwin uses a library of around three thousand fabrics and linings, any of which can be used to create your own garments. The entire library is available to browse at the atelier and a small selection can be viewed online.
All the garments shown on this page are available from John Goodwin Personal Tailoring.